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12 Months 

(2014; 64 minutes) – is a documentary about a Los Angeles man (Tony) who rented his home for the entire year of 2013 for $1 per month to help a family in transitional housing. He never met the family, but offered his 3-bedroom home to give the family a chance to get on their feet. The story follows Felicia Dukes and her four children as they are in Tony’s home, as well as explores the impact that generosity has on the community. The documentary has been shown in 15 film festivals in North America, Europe, Africa, Oceana and the Caribbean.

It won Best Documentary at the Sunrise Film Festival in Nova Scotia, Canada.






The Other Side of Carnival

OSC poster - Feb. 2013 16x20(2010; 45 minutes) – explores Carnival’s social and economic impact on Trinidad & Tobago. With more than 60 interviews from professors, medical staff, police officers, government officials, students, tourists, every day locals and more, The Other Side of Carnival is able to highlight that while Carnival is an exciting occasion, it is a festival that creates turmoil, which is not widely visible…or is it just simply ignored?  Known as “The Greatest Show on Earth,” this documentary captures the roots of Carnival and how far some go to keep the original idea alive, and how others attempt to integrate change.

It won Best International Documentary Short at the ITN Distribution Film & Media Film Festival and Best Cultural Documentary at New York International Film Festival.



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